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Is Purtier Placenta best solution for patients with RA or AOSD or both?

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My doctor recommended me Purtier Placenta for my RA and AOSD. He said his patients with arthritis and prostate cancer got better conditions. But I wonder to know more information about this supplement for patients with RA and AOSD or other autoimmune diseases. Please anyone who has used Purtier Placenta can share with me. Thank you so much.

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Never heard of it.

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Hidden in reply to Hobbits

Me too. I heard first about it from a doctor here. When I look for information there is no evidences that purtier can treat autoimmune diseases. Purtier is a MLM or pyramid selling. Don't trust it.

Warning: Deer placenta extract harmful for human consumption

Health ministry says peddlers of unauthorised medicines will be prosecuted

Dubai: The Ministry of Health and Prevention on Monday warned people about the risk of a dietary supplement derived from animals and being promoted on social media.

The supplement, ‘Purtier Placenta’, said to be derived from the stem cells of a New Zealand species of deer makes false and baseless claims of being beneficial in non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, blood pressure, and as an aphrodisiac, the ministry said. The supplement is sold for Dh1,395 per piece.

Dr Amin Hussain Al Amiri, assistant undersecretary for medical practice and licensing sector at the ministry, said the claims made by manufacturers of animal derivative products for treatment of human conditions was unethical and misleading and would pose high health risks for the community. He added that sale of such products through social media with such non-scientific claims that were not backed by any clinical trials was risky. He asserted that such false claims were not supported by the health ministry’s body of approval, and was unsubstantiated.

He said that stemcells from a placenta was beneficial to the foetus and in some genetic diseases and cancer, but the claims made for this product were unethical.

He warned that anyone found dealing with this product in the UAE would be subject to legal action. The website peddling this product would be investigated as this would fall under the category of cyber crimes, and strict action would be taken.

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If something seems too good to be true it usually is.

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Hidden in reply to nomoreheels

Thank you for the information. I didn't buy it and I didn't need it

Apart from the information that NMH provided I think it's quite likely that pregnant deer are killed to get access to the living placenta cells, which goes against so many principles that I can't imagine who would want to buy this.

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Hidden in reply to helixhelix

Agree with you. I also didn't buy it. I don't need it

Are you in the Uk?

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Hidden in reply to AgedCrone

No. I live in Indonesia

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Spend the money on treating yourself to something.

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Hidden in reply to Hidden

I haven't bought it and I won't buy it

Seems to me like eastern medicine hokum, the kind that sees tigers killed for traditional "medicines". I would not touch it with a barge pole.

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Hidden in reply to Scottishlad

Agree with you. I haven't bought it and I won't buy it

I just had a quick look at the site for these capsules & if my maths is right I found if I follow their advice of taking 4 a day for the first month then 2 a day for 5 months then it will cost me around £2030.00 (for a 6 month course) & that's working off the special offer price which of course runs out soon! They say the minimum recommended dose is 6 months so basically they're saying if you don't buy 6 month's worth it won't work. They're despatched from Singapore so there may be something in what Scottishlad says. I think you're in Indonesia aren't you Hidden? The pricing structure may differ there but I can't think it will be much different. What you do think?

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Hidden in reply to nomoreheels

Hi. Yeah, I live in Indonesia. It's from Singapore but they claimed the placenta of the deer is from NZ or Australia, I didn't remember it. But I haven't bought it and I won't buy it. I don't believe in this herbal medicine. If this herbal medicine claims to be able to cure autoimmune diseases and AOSD, then WHO has certainly announced it as the main medicine for autoimmune diseases and AOSD

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nomoreheels in reply to Hidden

Can I ask, when your doctor recommended it was he the supplier, or did he recommend where you could buy it from at all?

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Hidden in reply to nomoreheels

It's MLM (Multi Level Marketing) or pyramid selling. The doctor who suggested me about Purtier is the member of that MLM and he is not a rheumatologist. So many idiot doctors in Indonesia. No evidences about Purtier can treat people with autoimmune diseases.

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nomoreheels in reply to Hidden

This is what I wondered, you confirm that it's pyramid selling. I was concerned it was your doctor who was hard selling to you. How unscrupulous. There's no clinical evidence it works for anything they claim. As well as AD's they claim it 'cures' infertility, cancer (all stages), depression, MS, slipped disc... so many conditions or illnesses that desperate people could hoodwinked into buying hoping that the claims are true & are looking for that 'cure'.

I'm pleased you didn't become one of the. & hope you're doing well on proper medication.

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Hidden in reply to nomoreheels

I always look for information correctly before buying anything suggested by doctors here because many cases of malpractices in Indonesia and autoimmune diseases are very rare diseases in Indonesia. That's why every month there are cases of death of people with autoimmune disease in Indonesia. I don't need claims from some people about Purtier unless WHO who claims it. I only need real proof. I'm not interested with MLM and any kind of it. Thank you

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You can find it in Singapore. You can search for their websites on google

What kind of idiot doctor recommended this?

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Hidden in reply to Don122

So many idiot doctors in Indonesia. You often meet them if you live in Indonesia. If autoimmune diseases are popular in Europe and America, then it's rare in Indonesia. The government has never supported and many people here think autoimmune diseases are a strange disease and a curse

I get sick and tried of companies trying to cash in on people’s illnesses that they know nothing about! They should be ashamed of themselves giving false hope to desperate people in need of relief! The poor animals that get sacrificed so they can line their pockets for nothing more then a Mumbo jumbo explanation is beyond me!

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Hidden in reply to oKerrio

Hi. I haven't bought this herbal medicine and I won't buy it.

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